Terri Clark, the 2012 Mule Days concert headliner, has been nominated for a 2012 Juno Award in the Country Album of the Year category for her eighth studio album, “Roots & Wings.”
Juno Awards are presented annually to Canadian musical artists and bands to acknowledge their artistic and technical achievements in all aspects of music. In the United States, the Juno Awards are commonly considered the Canadian equivalent of The Grammy Awards.
Terri Clark is the previous recipient of two Juno Awards – Best Country Female Artist in 2001 and Best New Solo Artist in 1997.
Nominees in 41 Juno Award categories were unveiled Tuesday by The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. The 2012 Juno Awards will be held in Ottawa on April 1 and will be hosted by William Shatner.
The concert is scheduled for the evening of Thursday, May 24.
Tickets for the concert and all Mule Days events went on sale Wednesday, Feb. 1 at the Bishop Mule Days Office, 1141 N. Main St.
The concert is presented by Justin Boots and Tony Lama Boots, and is co-sponsored by KIBS, 100.7 FM.
According to Mule Days, Clark is best known for a solid roster of radio hits including “I Just Wanna Be Mad,” “Better Things to Do,” “You’re Easy on the Eyes,” “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me” and “Girls Lie, Too.”
Clark has more than four million albums sold and nearly a dozen Top 10 hits to her credit.